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Question by shaena thomas
Submitted on 11/15/2003
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hello u probably don't answer questions like this but i have a question about my speakers. i have my speakers hooked up to my computer and i still cant get them to work. i even checked all the cords to the speakers and their all plugged up.but i still cant hear any sound.do u know anything i can do to get my speakers to work?

Answer by Amy
Submitted on 12/7/2003
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Hi, My name is Amy and I am having the same problem. Mine used to work now all of a sudden I have no sound and I've checked all the plugs too.


Answer by jessika
Submitted on 3/22/2004
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hello my name is Jessika bird and i am having the same problems. i made sure and checked that everything is plugged in but i still don't get any sound. they usually work this is new to me.


Answer by brewcrew271
Submitted on 4/25/2004
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i hear you, same problem here, well sort of, mine worked until i reformatted, now with everything reinstalled it still doesn't work, the drivers are right, i tried two separate pairs of speakers and neither worked, two separate sound cards, once again neither worked, and played with the settings all i could... no results... HEEEEELP i need my sound to survive!


Answer by Bobby Peach
Submitted on 5/10/2004
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hey guys, weird question but by any chance was there a storm going on when your speakers stopped working? I remember hearing something like how lightning and electricity in the air can do something and mine just did the same thing...during a lightning storm.  


Answer by De La Salle is kool!
Submitted on 5/12/2004
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My speakers never worked at all since i got my computer...wat should i do?


Answer by Marra
Submitted on 7/16/2004
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that's weird.. mine don't work either.


Answer by Luke
Submitted on 3/24/2005
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Gday... I have an idea, and a question, first my idea...
Try plugging new speakers in, if that doesnt work, and you have a descent sound card, you should be able to run a lead from your soundcard out of your headphone jack straight into a Left/Right Input of a stereo, set your stereo to Auxiliary and if that doesnt work, buy a new computer :-P

To get this working you will need a lead which has a headphone jack on one end and a left/Right Auxiliary input lead on the other, they are very common in electronic stores so it shouldnt be too hard.

Now a question, I am on a laptop and i can play sounds through the small Internal speakers very softly BUT only very softly, sometimes it works fine and other times not at all?!?! any ideas??!


Answer by denise
Submitted on 3/28/2005
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my computer was reformatted to and now my speakers just wont give out any sound.
everything is connected up properly but still nothing
please help


Answer by dont know
Submitted on 4/28/2005
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you should try to go to the control panel. sometimes the volume can get turned all the way down. first go to start then to control panel. after that go to sound and speech. finally go to audio divices on the bottom or advanced volume control on the side drop down  bar. i hope this helps you.


Answer by Jin
Submitted on 10/7/2005
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Sounds like you all need to install sound drivers.  


Answer by SLiM-X
Submitted on 4/30/2006
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hi look ill give u an answer if your speakers never worked in the first place that means you need new software just reinstall the software with one of the disc's that came with the computer but if your speakers just stopped all of a sudden i got the same problem here


Answer by Bougsta
Submitted on 6/2/2006
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Hi there, i was having the same problem. Until i found what to do!!! What has happened, especially the dude wit who reformatted, is that your soundcard is no longer installed, and however many drivers you install it still wont work. Go to dell.com and look for drivers, then under sound install all of them. Then somethin should pop up saying "found new hardware, sound card" and shazam! your sound will work. Well it worked for me anyways.

Good luck!



Answer by Iain
Submitted on 11/15/2006
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Are you all sure you have checked that all th wired are connected properly because even if a wire is just a bit loose it might not work.


Answer by Abizer
Submitted on 11/16/2006
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i think most of you who asked those questions are silly because you can get your speaker repaired if they stop functioning


Answer by Court
Submitted on 3/10/2007
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What you can do is check to see if your speakers are enabled. Go to control panel, from the start menu, and click on sound and audio devices. Go to speaker settings and troubleshoot everything.

For me, my problem is that it says I don't have speakers installed, when everythings plugged in. If anyone has a solution to that, e-mail me at:




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